Straight off the street, Sushi is the first thing that comes to mind when we think ‘Japan‘. Sticky rice and raw fish rolled along with a variety of spices or something as simple as Vinegar, Sushi is for the adventurous.
Deep fried in sesame oil; Tempura is a mild, batter fried prawn, meat or vegetable served along with raddish or light soy flavored broth. Absolutely addictive.
Soba is a buckwheat noodle in soy flavored broth. The broth normally serves as a full meal- along with vegetables and meat. And if you’re not Japanese, don’t try the chopstick trick.
Charcoal grilled meat on sticks in a sauce that is to die for. It’s amazing how the Japanese get away with this simple grill that will have you raving. A side of beer with Yakitori and our Japanese weekends are made.
How could we leave out the Ramen? Soupy, egg Ramen noodles in a salty broth makes the perfect late night side kick.
Hop on to the Starbucks Crawl with ‘Starbucks Barista Pride’ and experience 174 unique beverages
Taking its commitment to delivering the iconic ‘Third Place’ experience to new heights, Starbucks is bringing back Barista Pride with...
The wait is over for Chocolate lovers in Pune: SMOOR expands into the Pune Market
The brand has inaugurated its first offline store in Koregaon Park. Pune/September 22/Thursday: SMOOR, a leading Bangalore-based luxury chocolate brand that...
SMOOR organises an extravagant event in Bangalore to commemorate its latest collaboration with Australian celebrity Sarah Todd
The event, held on 8th September, consisted of an interactive masterclass with Sarah to inspire Indian chefs Bangalore, September 14, 2022:...
This Independence Day, National Geographic to premiere ‘Buried Seeds’; the inspiring journey of world-renowned Indian Chef Vikas Khanna
“Buried Seeds uncovers many memories and emotions that were hidden inside me for so long” – Chef Vikas Khanna For...
7 Appliances That Will Make Your Time In The Kitchen A Little Easier
The world today has no time to stop and no time to waste. Everything is available at the click...